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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896040701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxv. WDDLEBUBG, CASEY UOUNTY. LANCASTER, CAIWARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 7. 1896. will ho awarded. lr NO. -- 11 Thoro has been but ttttlo preparation made m thin section for the coining crop Poaches are not killed In tHia section yet and the prospect (or a good crop nt this writing in tltttpritiK J.U. Coulter has the contract for fur nlahlDR telephone poles from hero to Hustonvllle. Ho pays J7jc per polo delivered. The subject of free turnpikes la boiiiR frequontlv discussed hero now and wo are surprised to find ho many people favoring tho Idea. Mr. JauieB Hum la the that to introduce the Duroo Jersey ho!B Into thla county. Ho baa 1 1 beautiful pigs now in which ho thinkH ho has a old mine and they aro beauties to say the leaat. Hqulro J. A. Wall Bays every man, woman and child, both whlto and black democratB and republicans at Yoaomtte aro for free silver. This town seems to have a leaning to sound money. Mr. John 8wope, of MarUsbury, was down last weok to boo hla father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. 11 K 8wopo. Ho took homo Wednesday with liiui Miss Lula lJenson, who will stay with Mlsa Jennio Swopo for awhile. MiddloburK baa alwayfl been noted for fat men and still has a goodly number of them but wo now have finite a number of lean onee. Some ol them are bo poor that ittakea two to make a shadow. Hot don't tell JofT Godby and Lum Allen pre-narln- I . Besides young Mr. CRAB ORCHARD. W,H enter thu foot tacc w,,ich The Bible reading circle will meet! The L & N. Park is nearlng comnle for which a Fr'day evening with Mrs. Hunley Sin-- 1 Wl" trBn8I,lr tion nnd contributions of flowers aro in W'U Riven. Uleton. --Tho Baptist society met Friday oven-- , Al thb mot'"K of the A F. F. Olub order. Bro. Young, of Lexington, will vw'oK w,m :v,18i Lizz'B Tnoinpo.m Ing with Mrs. John K. Went. Tho next r,8l'HU C"UrCH lUe BeC0DU Bl W' meeting will bo with .Miss Sallie Bourne. the tlrat prize was awarded to W. T. No- -' to Krnest Brown Miss Pearl Hill, daughter of Mr. nnd el nnd the booby w v "iwiimuuu Mrs. James Hill, of this place, is now Hltnin TilH ii.it! m.... Ho.. ...Ill l.o li.t.1 visiting bis "'unl daughter, returned to his with the Marksbury Friday engaged In teaching a select school nt busiuees tho paBt week. Mrs. J. tl. Coloveninir, when hii "Advertisement ParScott's Fork, lier continues very ill of throat trouble. " Mrs. Moody Hardin will havo her ti will )h the now feature. t.r l...!- t. came near ios- A mi.nl,.... M n .1 i.ii.. "" ....! millinery opening uu Friday and Satur'ng his home Thursday night. A tiro ....... n i day of this week. Miss Sallie Tillott will chnrei.i nf For you as well as for us. Therefore Examine into our Stock "of au jmvu iiiu meeting the past few Sundavs at the col u?ua nitiila in Mil parlor to dry out the have hers on thu atme days. fresh ironed clothes. The rack wns placMiss IStiitenia Bush entertained the ored Methodist clmrch in Louantnwn to ed too close to tho firo and a calico drees junior social club Friday evening iu organizi a colored W. V. T. U. As this must have caught fire first. When portion of the town is very disorderly it honor of her two fair visitiors, M everything in the room except is eirntstiy hopml this move will illsey and Hunt, of Harrodshurg. tho piano and a few chairs was in ilamea, matrMrs wonderfully. Rev. W. I. Nelson pre tched an ox even the paper on tho wall being mostly collent KitBter sermon Sunday morning burned oil. No doubt had it not been OF A LOCAL NATURE. to a crowded houo and continued the for the plastered wall tho house could Before making your Purchases. Our Prices are Always the Lowest; same at nMitat tho union services at the Tin Centre Codege club won a ball not have been saved. same church. game oil thu Statu College at Lexington our Quality Always The Best. Mr. J. C. McWhorter has obtained a Frd Emerson Brooks, tho gifted 12 to 0. position as traveling agent for the Falls -- John P. Davis, a well known (armor City Manufacturing Co., of Louisville. poet of California, drown largo crowd ht his lecture Saturday evening. All were of Jessamine, h'is deserted his family Success to him in hia new business. Miss delighted xith tho great humorist nud and writts back that he will never re- Bessie Fayue, who has been attending Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money his rare, rhythmical rhymes. turn. college at Bowling Green, surprised her Arc Unequalled as to Styles. The mlbsionary society of tho PreB At a cake walk given by tho Presby- many friends Sunday by returning borne Refunded. byteriau church will meet with Mrs. terian church at Somereet, the prize was not as Miss Fayne, but Mrs. Prof. H. H. George Denny Monday afternoon at 'J awarded today Hughes and Miss Mar- Cherry, she having married one of the o'clock and tho tho mite society meets guerite Sallee. professors at the College. Her friends with Mrs. Robert Kinnaird on Tuesday Judge Htcont ignored tho welcome tho happy couple and wish afternoon. requisition for F. P. Webster from them a prosperous future filled with hap J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky Mrs. L. F. Hubble, a gifted elocu North Carolina and turned him loose on pines. Miss Mollio Brooks entertained wo said bo. will make tho welcomo address at habeas corpus proceeding. tionist, that the Mite Society Saturday night. Mrs. The Baptlat ladles' aid society is the W. 0 T U. convention, which meets Tho oratorical contest by tho neigh- W. H. Dillion, of Livingston, is yisiting to make n carpet to be sold to hero the of April. Mrs. J. 0. John-t-oboring collegea at Lexington was won by friends and relatives here. Dr. R. G. ralso money for the benefit of tho ol Wilmore, will give tho response John r. Geary, of Lexington. Subject Redd roturnod to his home in Miles City church, which Is somewhat In debt. Tho to this address. "involution of tho Republic." Montana, Saturday. Dr. John S. Coopladles composing this society aro deservMr. Morgan Hudson, one of tho oldDr. Owsley, of Glasgow, recently ap er and family are visiting Mr. Charles ing of much praise for the etlorts they est and most highly respected citizans of pointed second assistant physician of o Recld,Sr. Mr. George Holmes has movaro making for tho church they seem to tho community, was thoughCto he alarm- Lexington asylum, has resigned. Tho ed from his farm to bis cottage recently love no much. ingly ill Friday night, but at laat reports work is too heavy for his health. purchased here, Mra. Joe McClure is It Is told of Jeaao llulce, our miller, ho was regarded si better but not en'I he engineers of tho Cairo quite sick of malaria. that bo ahlpppd a crop of geese to Louie-vlll- tirely out of dnngur. and Cumberland railroad have located a HUBBLE. and received a letter from the mer.Shelby Nunn was not taken to tho line, which rutin through Monticello, and chant to whom he ehipped them, stating penitentiary last week, m a motion for Wayne county people are jubilant. Mrs. Lizzie Kubanits has been visit- that they lacked just one goose of paying rehearing has been made before tho Tho revenue receipts in Collector! In Mr. J. W. Kubanks' iamilv. expenses and requested Mr. U to send It court of appeal?, It will be remembered Rodis' district for March were IHJ,0S3 30 -- Miss Fannie Underwood's school is by tie next train. that Nunn had received a life sentence of which liH,45l OS was on spirits. There very liberally patronized up to date. Tboro will probably bo no moro for the killing of Win. Best. waH an increase of (,000 over February. The people of this community deeppreaching nt Grove, nt loast until h Hemphill & Co. had a display mid David Paine, mi enterprising busi- ly regret tho death of Bro. Bias Beazley church la built out there. There it tnlk an opening of their spring millinery ness man of Crab Orchard, was in town and feel sure that their loea is heaven's of closing tho doors of tho ochooMinnso goods it week. Lancaster's women, Monday looking ovnr tho town with a gain. agnlnst Hev. Fagley on nccount ol 1ns up to tiio latest styles in dress and mil- prospect of locating here. Corhin Eu George Lawson has rented about 30 hollnrM vlewaaud tboe who favor hitn linery, turned out en magneto seo tho terpnso acres of the Menefee farm to Charley Carpets, "Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost say it he Is closed out that others shall prevailing fashions in head adornments. i John F. Stone, a machine agent, of White for hemp at 110 per acre. Bright any thing you can think of, and all at not iw tho bouse The beautiful Ktater decorations of Richmond, was found in the Kentucky Herring sold some corn to H. D. White Mrs. Naucey Oolley fell Friday even-n- palms, ferns, calla lilies and other choice river at Valley View, Madison county. at f in tho crib. as she was entering tho house Kud flowers at tho Presbyterian church Sun- There was no cause for his committing Mrs. Fannie Ball sold received Injuries from which h will day was tho artiitic work of Miss Jean suicide. Ho leaves a wife and three chil- of land near colored school house to acie tbe probably never recover. Dr. J T. Wes- Lnckoy. The cross with its crown of dren. colored folks for a burying ground for could not toll thorns whs very good indeed and showed ley, who waa called in, Tho board of equalization without J 15. John Underwood eold a cow and Call in to see me when you are in town. certain, but thought there was at least a much ingenuity. being asked to do bo reduced the assess calf to D. N. Prowitt for f25. alight fracture of tho femur near the hip. Mr. F A. Coehlar bought a mare of ment of Boyle county, which is said to bo D. N. Prewitt bought 24 Bheep of G. Ab she 1b nearly 80 years of ago of coureo Mrs. S. h. iiammach forJd'J&O. James' always the beet assessed county in tho B. Barnett for $65. Col. Underwood eold there in no union of tho broken bones. Hirdwi:k bought a good milk cow from State, 15 per cent, on lands, etc., anu 13 his big jack to Bowen Newell, of PulasA. H. Spears was confined to his bed hd Adams tor jJ.i. L. Lawson bought , percent, on lots ki, for $200. D. G. and A. L. Spooua-mor- e Sunday and Monday threatened with a yoke of oxen of Joseph llogera for J50, Hustonville, Ky. At Williamsburg tho Cumberland sold a lot of clover seed to G. S. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, puetimonla. Goorgo Anderson sold a yearling steer river reached tho highest point Friday. Gaines at $4. V. H. Coleman is somewhat Jown In to Joe Simpson at 2Jc. It waa higher than it bus been since Mrs. Rebecca Brackett, wife of the mouth. It became necessary for -- Miss Christine, the popular and at- April 1, 1SSG, but lacked five feet of Brackott, died of heart trouble nearJ. A. here hitn to build a tenant house on his farm tractive daughter of Gov. and Mrs. W. reaching high water mark of that tide. Friday night. Sbo was GO years old and logs to und bethought It cheaper to haul O. Bradley, entertained quite a number The saw mills caught enough fogs to give a devoted member of the Christian the mill and have lumber sawed for the of her friends at the Mason Hotel at n them a nood year's run. church. She leaves a dovoted husband elsewhere. Ac- danco Saturday evening from 8 to 12. building than buy to it John H. Yeager, of the D. it D. and several children and many friends cordingly bo employed a couple of teams were served under the atitute. Danville, died Saturday At nnnn to mourn here departure. Her remains in addition to his own and after working management of Mra. U. I). Simpson, tho after two days illness of infiamation of were interred at McCormacks church d two days and breaking down four proficient proprietress of that hostelry. tlieBtotimcli. He haa been a member of Sunday. one log to Cts. TO $x. he succeeded in getting Miss Annie B. Royston sufiered quite the faculty for about 20 yeara and waa tbe mill that would snw out probably a painful accident last Friday afternoon. regarded as ono of tho best teachers. This remarkable Btory .cornea from 400 feet of lumber. He then hauled tho The other day Tom Near.McCreary, In Garrard county, Wichita, Kan. The horse, sho was riding frightbroken wagouH to Miller & Son's ropair ened nt something upon the roadside and the wife of a n farmer gavo Clark Smith sighted a gun over his shop, and has since omployod his time started nt such a npid rato that sho lost birth to boy baby, his mare had n mule shoulder and fired. The bullet struck A Cork With Every Line. iu figuring out just bow many car loads control of the reins and fell oil" of tho colt, his sow nine pigs nud his setter dog tho trigger of a gun 30 feet behind him. purchased with ol lumber bo could have saddle, striking the ground with so much eight pups, all the same night, says the The shot from that struck tho trigger of half what ho paid out for tho hauling of force that at first it wis thought one of Record. At last accounts the farmer auother gun 30 feet in front of him, tho one log to the mill. whilo tbe shot from that struck the her limbs was broken. While she is was resting easy. trigger of still another gun 30 feet behind badly bruised and may bo disabled several A Card of Gratitude. U. S. Judge Sage at Cincinnati sen- him. Finally tho shot from tho fourth weoU from the accident it is thought S: To the kind and sympathetic friends il, gun went through an apple on the top nothing of a serious naturo will accrue tenced A. L Franco and M. J. who have stood by me. so nobly in my Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. prominent Covingtoniana, con- of hia own head. Iroin it. adverflities by their deeds of kindness Misses Maggie Cochran and Lula victed of carrying lottery slips and tickJames H. Brown, a native of Louof Junction City nnd to tho members Ledge No. 7, McOltite, of Paint Lick, aro tho guests of ets from Kentucky to Ohio, to pay a fine doun county, Va., issue clerk of the Tent No. band Stanford Miss Lucy Arnold. Misses Annie Aus- of $1,000 and to servo a term of 15 months Fort Hall Indian agency at Koss Fork, Knights of tho Maccabees, who havo ) tin and Lizzie Beazley, of Crab Orchard, in jail. Idaho, haa tho longest mustache of any shown that true spirit of fraternity Aa the result of a prize fight bet ween man living. It measures nine feet from ad are visiting Miss Kato Simpson. Vernon KY. which does not Btop at n member's Charles Turner, a negro, from San Fran- tip to tip, four and a half feet each way lmt machine out. it throws Us Richardaon, of Danville, has been hero Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is several days. Clyde Herring, of Louis- cisco, and Jeaie Clarke, a white mar, from the center of the lip. protecting arm nround tho family, I and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They ville, Is visiting Dr. II. O. Herring and from Texas, Clarke is dying at St. JoBarney Monsing, a lineotype operator now complete to express tnv heartfelt gratitude to are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. family. Wilson Rice, of Lexington, haa seph's Hoapitnl nt Memphis and it ia in the oflice of the St. LouisGlobe-Dem- the order of tho Knights of tho Macca- been here visiting his parents. styles and quality for Men, Boys and ChilMiss hoped will complete the job. ocrat, broke tho world's record Sunday, Clothing in the various bees nnd may God bless all who belong Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods Mary Dooreahas returned from a visit to Twenty-eigh- t years ago, Mra. Mary aetting, 74,100 ems in seven hours, or an dren, Woolen Dress to tho order. It calls up pictures painted and it speaka Mies Jennie Perkins, of Lower Garrard. Cassaboou, of Now York City, stuck a averago of 10,500 ems per hour. This is and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact ImporiBhably on our hearts In Gents' Mra. J. A. Yeager is in Lebanon visiting needle in her foot. Whilo combing ber ovqr eoven times faster than the average every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. of fatherly love and wife's tenderness nnd Mrs. Tuttle. Misa Mary Dunn, of something man seta by hand. more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. head the other dav sho felt Furnishing Goods a Respectfully, devotion. visited friends here last week. Miss sharp protruding and finally drew forth a SHOES. You must see tljem to appreciate them. Leather haa FkankT.Ellib. Four young women were in tbe Julia Reid has returned from a visit to bright needle from tho top of her bead. graduating class of the Southwestern declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. A few days ago 12 men were In a ho Lexington. Mr. Jim Hail, of Somerset, CARPETS. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell At Louisville Rudolph Mueller mur Homeopathic College, which held ita la a guest of his cousins, Misses Mary and dered his wife because bo was jealous of commencement Thursday Macau-ley'- s them very cheap. tel olllco at Stanford, Ky., having a at political talk. Three of tho party Beulah Crimea. Mr. George A. McRob-ert- a clerk in his employ. Ho Bbot her In Green CofTee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my Theatre, Louisville. GROCERIES. of Stanford, visited his brother, Mr. wore straight republicans In sontlmout. Mra. Amanda Brittiuham, wife of price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. the face with a ohot gun loaded with The other nine professed to have been R K McRoberts, and family Sunday. buckshot, tearing away a part of her the Lexington agent, gave A can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. .lamiiemta all their Uvea, but eoven of Mrs. K. L. Owsley baa gone to Now York bead. S. D. Yowell, Salesman. birth to three bouncing boy babies. them confessed that their faith In democ City on a visit.. Missea Mary Hunt and John Sol man who la eaid to have fig- Some years ago Mra. Brittinham bore racy bad been shaken by the outgrowtn Annie Ilisey, of Harrodaburg, havo been ured In 20 fatal shooting affrays in Tor-as- , twirjB. dovisiting Miss Eugenia Bush. Homer of tho past three yeara of democratic was fatally shot at El Paso Sunday SlIOKTEST HOUTK TO LOUISVILLE. The and Bald that unless the democracy Baughman, of Danville, waa here Sun- by a United States Marshal. ings, distance from Lexington to Louisville had been doing day. Dr. A. S. Price, of .Stanford, visitahowod up better than it Diamond thieves are said to have haa been greatly shortened by they intend ed hia mother, Mrs. H. A. Price, Sun-dathe Shelin 8tato and National affairs secured jewels worth $20,000 from fash- - by villa "cut off," just completed. O. & -sot Mr. Humphrey Hudaon, of Boyle, democratic never to vote resorta in Florida. Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices O. trains leaving Lexington at 8:15 a.m. was callod here Saturday by the illness of lonable winter Paragon. ' and G:05 r. it , daily, reach Louisville at on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, The abovo Is doubtless a lie out of the hla father, Mr. Morgan Hudson. A Housohold Treasure, are any grouuda Y., iay Fred Friable, of this place, who has n W. Fuller. otCtnaloharia.N, Uucoveiy Intht 11 00 a. u. and S:50 i. m., two hours and Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a whole cloth, but if there the 45 minutes. Tbe C. & O. now baa the keeyi Dr. Kmg'i New statement, we'll warrant been a student of Winston, N. 0., Milis Lumber Yard, and by family would not bo without it. If at all forBUcb a full stock of every thing found in a houc and democrats are tary Institute since September, will try n......hit hu : A.Dvkcman Dtutrnit. Catiklll, shortest line between Lexington and that the nine make prices lower than have N. Y aavi that Dr. King'a New Discovery it Louisville, is tbe only line with double selling for Cash Only I am enabled to alwayB vote hia oratorical powers in an open .. meeting undoubtedly the boat Coagn remedy; that h turncoatB and floaters, who and daily, limited vestibuled train service. ever been ofiered here. in hii advantage. of bis society this month. He will also used itfailed tolamily for eight ycap,tur u. it .ha to pecuniary ur do an tnav 11 teve. Frankfort and Shelby viile are. the only lone tried anu tetttd. Trial part in contest be held at J Ut MJ .....eiivia -U.l.al ... w.w. ptar Conkllng. aged 100, ia dead at take in Junoain which to' handsome medan bottle reeilieaijoc.and. f If .iwim n.L Cn points at which theee trains atop. a i. Regular Mlddletown, N. Y. P" lro bu ,,-- 1 "" , l'y ' U1' .,... .,,,., Oar Itine Mi-se- H L" '"t.-uuiuiBioi- i I aa tn.d.y im-pro- Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing 0UK FURni$f)inG G00D$ . L 21-- 23 n, 1 SHOES I & o Smith Stoughton's Men's Shoes. Drew, Selby & Oo.'s Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. -- g one-ha- lf Rock Bottom Prices ! I CHARLES WHEELER, cash Craig & Hocker, druggists i Kl Joint Poles at 25 to 75 Cts. fc4 wag-od- J J REELS, 50 CO bec-iin- HOOKS OF EVERY KIND. wull-kuow- X Hunting and Fishing Coats at Only $1.90. Sc :: Kich-inoii- -3-OR- AIG a HOCKER,i- (- 0 nli. HUSTONYILLE, FBYB. do-kir- o Dan-vill- o, bo-cl- s, well-know- n 3-l- b Reduction In Prices first-clas- ! y. agaln.-Somer- uu Win-eto- A m I A. O. SINE, Stanford, Ky. - Vfv'J. - v "TT .;?.' , i ., .-- cK. iii m itMj-Weekl- y interior Journal ArniL 7, 1890 BaaBBBBB&SIBVBBBHE(BB' Stanford, Kt., VV. P. WALTON. wo know, Like other Btntesnien Criflp, of Georgia, tins iv Mr. viry convenient ;r. Irfr ' over the country and in a letter to Hon. Charles R. Long says that while he is unwilling to enter into any scramble for FARMAND TRADETfEMS. the nomination, an indorsement for the presidency by the Kentucky democrats Cow and calf for salo, Joe Williman, on a sound money platform would be Jumbo. gratifying. There are no aoubta that he hogs in Josh Jones bought 70 110-lwill experience that gratification. Ho is Pulaski and Wayne at 3 to 4c. the greatest man now before the people At F. M. Yowoll's sale 200 barrels of and his nomination for president on a corn brought $1 52 per bushel. i..NEWSY NOTES. strong sound money platform would, we Black Prince, a fine v verily believe, mean his election. KenW. M. Shipp, Jr., was .seriously in. jack, sold in Nashville for $1,000 men, boys and children, cither ready made or madc tucky, without regard to faction, is proud jured at Midway in jumping from a fast Joo Patchen, 2:04, has been shipped to order. of John G. Carlisle and he will be en- train. to Chicago, where he will be put in traindorsed with an enthusiasm unpreceSHOES. Children's shoes 25c. Ladies' Doug. Pat. SV Bismarck, tho iron chancellor Of ing. dented. "Knapsack" McCarty will bo behind Germany, has just celebrated his Slat 7 button shoes Si to Sfl. Frank Agan, 2:05$, and Dan Cupid, 2:09' birthday. Tub Legislature of Ohio has actually We have the largest line of Matting and Carpets in town. v 4 Elkton leap year girls entertained this year. passed a bill to prohibit women from entviu tinisn uamoric .c. standard JJrab or black bclistus Robert Nunnelley sold to Gus tering theatres or other places in which tho young men of the town with a recep30 hogs averaging about 150 Black Rustle Lining ftfe. Chamios fibre lining 15c. y' -- . entertainments are given and to which tion Friday evening. pounds at 3.130. : V ' , ,, l.min.nn i4ik.ii ivui.n ituittia.. ms. II... .ll. - . Little Julia Henry jumpod the ropo I lilll HUWI an admission fee is charged, who wear iuv.. W ubimiiiti tmn l.ixl. .i The sugar crop thin year will, it is esWilliamsbnrg, N. Y., and hats sufficiently large to obstruct the view 150 times at imen towcis, inncy border with lnnge, .j.fx yf- timated, b fully 1.000,000 short, as comof the stage from persons Bitting behind then lay down and died. .' in., icr. Hnth toviolc fYIi.r,,.,! ,ivm Sn M 5n pared with last year. John- - J. McAfee, familiarly as "Ginthem. The eolons didn't have the nerve l jL. wide linhli-nrhf-a Sales of a car load of hogs at 3 and v s re rntlnn .tJw. f nvfra ..v...., 3v. ...... - i'.V to place the penalty upon the wearers of ger" and a lawyer of considerable local 50 shouts at 3 40 aro reported in tho wide bleach cotton, gilt edge, Ladies' and Misses' .Jyt , the hats, but against the managers who reputation, died in Louisville. Richmond Register. raisThe city council of Winchester permit them to enter their places of .liosc 5c. Men ssox, light or heavy weight, 5c. Carpets fc TnAT was an exceedingly strong preAllen and Frank Green bought sentation of the condition of n flairs du- amusement and the fine is fixed at from ed the saloon license from (300 to $500. their mother's place of 55 acres near tO 75C license from $150 to ring the Legislative session at Frankfort $2 to flO, every hat bo worn constituting Quart house Hustonvi.le at $37.50. Fire at Manilla, tho capital of tho that Senator William Goebel made be- a separate offense. If the law is enforced It is said that J. F. Scott, of the which is doubtful, managers are going to Phllipino Islands, destroyed 4,000 houses fore a democratic club at Louisville Sat Donerail farm in Fayette, paid $20,000 , All and rendered 30,000 persons homeless. nrdav night. He did not minre his have a heap of trouble for Neva Seely, 2:20J. Treasurer Comb, of Lincoln, Neb , plainest If nguage of Gov. Bradley's soldiers couldn't keep words, but told in the A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, A Ztlcaadi Golddust colt was sold suicide when it was fonnd out how the republicans had attempted to a woman out of a theatre when she is committed last week by n Jefleraon county breeder his accounts. T. D. RAN FY, Manager. steal a majority so as to elect a U. S. determined to go in, and there you ace. that he was 35,000 short In man for $500. Thomas Wharton, a promineut edi- to an Alabama Mr. Fosdick, the author of the bill, eviSenator and how, failing in their base The Kent ueVy Futurity for foals rf intentions, Gov. Bradley had used the dently offered it as a joke, but the legis- tor of Philadelphia, fell four stories to this year baa SOO entries. Tho Cloverdull military arm of the government to force lators took a senoua view of the matter his death, taking that means to end his Farm, Calmar, Pa., hiH nominated 93 the election of Boyle, after refusing to and the young man has at one bound life. Two children, who had been locked mares. do a like service for Hunter. The whole leaped into fame, which in his case esCharles Buchler and wife, of Frein a room bv a careless mother, were recitil shows what a damnable plot had pecially will prove an empty bubb'e. mont, O , became insane within 10 hours ... burned to death at Outillian Spring, y been concocted, which but for democratof each other and were taken to tho asy -- iy-The chairman of the republican New Tenn. ic ic backbone would have been successful. York committee telegraphed Gov. Bradgiven a three-year- lum together. William Allen was A bare recital of those incidents must Bailey k Drye have a dozen No. 1 ley that he "stands a great chance to bo sentence at Somerset for attemptbring recalcitrant democrats back to their horses at their training stables near town the republican nominee for president." ing to assault a girl at Burnside the othsenses and then to present a eolid front and they aro beginning to look as fine as This is evidently a Morton play for Ken- er day. againBt the party which if it will rely on silk. They say they will have their Louis-V.lltucky's vote. But our dear governor The exhibition game between the soldiers to help them do their dirty Bhould not be played for a sucker. Unfall nearly by the end of tho month. and Detroit baseball teams r suIUd may also find an exwork at Frankfort, n trotting sire, Ab The fortunately, and we regret it very much, in a victory for the former by the score cuse to have them at the polls to help dallah Mambrino, by Almont 3?, died a "great chance" that he stands is just of 0 to 3. carry elections. Senator Bronston was the ago at the farm of E P. Will sell you at the Lowest Cash Price about the same that a short tail bull does James North, a notorious outlaw, few days present and also made a vigorous speech in Boyle, 20 years old. Ho was the fly time or an icicle does in hades. who bad killed four .nen, was surroundin both of which will make fine campaign McKinley has the nomination won, the ed in a house near Arcadia, Fla . and sire of Mattin H., 2:11, Geneva S., and document?. other fart trotters. more's tho pity. shot to death. Powell A Harper sold to Frank Bell Bradley and McKinlev are running John Maynahan, a turnpike conTub ent're court of appeals Bustnics tractor, hung bimaelf in his cell in jail at of Caney, a pair of extra good U year-olBradneck and neck in Kentucky, with We will fill you orders from a new, Fresh Stock. ley slightly in the lead yet, though of Judge Fields and holds that Pilanz is the Lexington, where ho bad been placed mare mules for $250. They bought of J. legal sheriff of Jefferson county. The Baughman h bunch of 111 pound K. of the 20 counties that instructed Saturfor drunkenness. 3Ao and of Allen & Myers 28 day the Ohioan got 8 with 115 votes and law, it says, seems to give the county Akers was burned to hogs at Mrs. Josii judge the discretion to vacate the ofiico heep and 20 lambs for $S0. Compounded by an experienced Pharmacist, day or night. Bradley 12 with 112 votes, McKinley get death In Grayson county. Her sick husNancy Hanks, tho great race mare, ting second instructions in two instances. for failure to renew in time, but the band was severely injured whilo vainly record 2:01, is a mother. The little tilly W. H. McROHKRTS. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Of the counties that have held conven county judge in this instance having ac- trying to save her. came Saturday hih! is Bouud and nil man has secured 2S7 votes cepted tho bond, it wan then too late to "healer," ventionsour Schrader, the and McKinley 232. Counties which cast vacate tho oilice. We are glad to Bee a was arrested at Newport on the charge right. As sue is a daughter of tho fa BUY THE OLD RELIAHLK, 123 votes did not instruct and there are AG democrat get something back these days, of being a general nuisance and guilty of mouH Arion, 2:07, the rhimct-- aro that she minute gait, if b contested votes. In Warren county Sat- though Tflanz deserved to sufier for his disorderly couduct. that is possible. resulting in two cnrleemess. urday there was a split, Tho court of appeals holds that tl e conventions and two Bets of delegates, L. & N. ia liable for tho judgment ugainet While returning from Berea SuihIuj Will wonders never cease? Col. & Ohio. Tho amount Mrs. Nancy Kdley was druggwd from one for our "guv" and the other for of the Paris Kentuckian, says "ho the Cumberland Save Cost, Save Repair, S.ive Your Team and Plo v your Ground ." Ab McKinley hf.s carOhio's involved is 150,000. readily paid 35 cents for dinner" in her horso nnd outregxd by INymnnd Right. ried no solid district yet and his vote beFire starting on a railroad wharf at Brown, a young negro from .Mt .Sterling. Thone who know bim best tell ing badly scattered, the chances are in us this is the first money he was over Brunswick, Gn., caused a property loo A pofse of cit'ZJiid wnut in pursuit, end favor of Bradley, ns the vote in the con- known to spend for food in his life. He of 1500,000 and the los-- of one life and in there ia great excitement at Beren. vention will be entirely by districts and generally goes foraging. jury of severol others. not by counties, wo are informed by Five men were killed and six injurBy the way. vshat lias become of the ed by the explosion oi tho boiler at the Chairman Yerken. PUBLIC SALE OF It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Greeuvillo, Misr, forlarpe amounts ar to bn insti- Bilver daily of which we heard so much Planters' Oil Mill at Suits don't keep it. Norman and his a few mouths ago? Wo hear no more The catiRo was a dry boiler. tuted against conn y, Qa., was of tho parturition tho the timo for tho Tho sheriff of Pike agent, Max Barker, at Louisville, for delivery io past. Can it bo that midwife killed and a member of his posse mortalwas illegally withmoney, it is claimed, I will the O'Sullivnn ban lost his cunning ? ly wounded in a fight with Taylor Delk inemlies rail at publicA suit ion ', en near tliitlilery ut II. mm stilni;-Kreiger, held from the State. Gov. Bradley has Lincoln count-- , Ky , on and his gang of desperadoes. v. Brown to prosecute employod POLITICAL POINTERS. A row between the Water Works the suits, which do not seem to scare Mr. 15, company and tho city council of by a Gov. Lippitt was Norman worth a cent. Ho says there is At a o'clock, P. M , hi.8 resulted in tho water being nothing in thorn, as ho was fully warrant- plurality of a little oyer 11,000 in Rhode cut oil from all the public mains. Five Packages of Apple Brandy, ed by the law in all his acts and that the Island. -- U. S. Marshal A. R.'Naff, of Ofooka- Dr. O. J. Walton was renominated employment of Brown is "his reward for No 1 i, , 3, 4 and 5. containing i38 cnlloni, the tdwn, Minn., and a poBsa of seven were property of Hnmm .V Slrinprr, to Mtisfy warrant treachery to the democratic party." The for Seuator by the republicans at to cross Rainy fo. 411 ami all com, litucd Irom the collector' drowned while trying oilice oftheStk Julnct of Kenlii.ky, for the tried to carve a poor little boundry. J M. C.VUTUR, wps nominated by the river on tho Canadian W. J. Bale clerk who had charged him with such Deputy Collector 8th t'ollector't District, S. J. Bull, military instructCapt. J. Moreland, Ky. io treachery, but the facta and subsequent democrats of tho 13th Senatorial district or in the JackBon, Ky., Collegiate Instidevelopments Beem to prove that whore tj make the race against Dr. Walton. boating on J. E. Cobb is the latest democrat to tute, was drownod while there is so much smoko there must be North Fork of Kentucky river, Damon-Pythi- as ho unseated in Congress. Ho is from some fire. Then too tho A man who harbored n small-polove between the "guv" and tho "ex the 5th Alabama district and a populist patient near Hernando, Miss., against guv" before and since the election, is to U given his place. And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. A'ccording to tho auditor'B statement the wishes of tho community, was taken suspicious. say the least, to Gov. Bradley Kentucky now owes out by whitecapa and fatally shot. There is now no doubt that Gov. f830,S9o.Gy. This amount will soon be Tho river and harbor bill makes tho Bradley is a full fudged A. P. A. The increased to a million. UBmHURN Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. total available oppropriation for KenCourier-Journmakes the unequivocal appropriation for Nino candidates for the democratic tucky $150,000. Tho announcement that he was received into nomination for sheriff in Franklin Jfavo his Stato two years ago was 1425,000. that order on the afternoon of Sept. 28, put up the stuff to pay the expenses of "Brick" Pomeroy, the noted printer, 1895, at the Victoria Hotel in Louisville tho primary, and will run the race out, editor and promotor, is said to dying of underaBpecial dispensation granted by Dr. A. D. James was unanimously dropsy at Blythebourno, L. I. Thirty State President C. E. Sapp. Shame upon renominated for BYSenator by the yeras ago, he was tho moat quoted writ him for becoming a party to the proscribIt will be remembered that tho er of his day. ing of citizens on account of religion, democrats fired him in retaliation for the Tho recent fight between the especially when his father believed in it unseating of Kauffman. and Italians is now declared to and so many good people all over the Hon. Pryor J. Foree, candidate for be one of the greatest military slaughters country derive comfort and consolation tho democratic nomination for Congress of tho century, 20.00P men being It ft You should see our from it. in this district, announces that he stands dead on the field. Tub Louisville Nowb, the new one-ce- by tho National administration on tho More than Bix thousand pooplo witrepublican afternoon paper, Brent currency question as construed by the nessed an exhibition gamB of ball Sun And Funeral Director. Altsbeler, president, has found its way State convention. day between the Detroit nnd Louisville Thirty days trial on every one. Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buecrv Rohp; The first election under tho Compul-Bor- y teams. Thirteen innings were played Satisfaction guaranteed. to this office,. It Is full of news, set in ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. election law was held at Augusta bold type and will doubtless sail ml darkness nut an end to the contest large, VANARSDALE, Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Saturday, when the question of issuing' with the Ecorc a tie. Room opposite into public favor. throat. He and Secretary Hoke Smith bad appointments to discuss the currency question in the principal cities of their State, but after two inglorious performances Mr. Criep falls back on his throat, which ho Bays is sore, and throws up the epongo for the present at least. In his speeches Mr. Smith showed that we have a greater per capita of gold and silver in circulation now than ever before. Before, 1873 only 8.031,000 silver dollars had been coined, exclusive of subsidiary coins. Since March, 1SU3, during this administration, which had been declared no hostile to silver, more than 7,000,000 silver dollars had been coined, lie declared that Mr. Orisp had dodged the proposition that the country could not have a bimetallic currency without having the legal ratio the same as the ratio. He was willing to rest the whole case on that proposition. In re modeling our currency system, we should first fix a stable standard; then retire the greenbacks, as recommended by Carlisle; give silver the right of way below f 10 and allow State banks the right to issue notes. The bond issue was necessary to pay demand notes of the government, and when it was remembered that Oon- rbbs every year appropriated over 400 million?, a bond debt of a little over $200, 000,000 was not so formidable. Georgians generally seem to be for free silver, but Mr. Smith's picture of the disaster that would result from its free coinage appears to haye brought men to their senses com-mercial John O. Carlisle. JoHNGniFKiNOAnusLH has yielded to the solicitation of friends all Secretary bonds for f 10,000 for the erection of additional school buildings was voted on, The proposition carried overwhelmingly. A dog and 'coon fight in tho court houso yard at Nicholasvillo caused the citizens to shut up shop and rush to the scene of thejconteat, under the impres sion that the district republican conven tion set for the 14th waB rehearsing. Louisville Times. It is said that Inspector Lester is preparing a report which will cut down tho fees of county and pollen judges and magistrates about one half. Mr. LeBter holds that the maximum allowance to these officers in examining trials is 14 per dar, and that they are not entitled to a fee of $2 in each cr.ee when several are tried on tho same day. The counties that instructed Saturday for Bradley were Allen, 14 votee; Ballard, 3; Franklin, 17; Fulton, 3; Gallatin, 3; Henry, 13; Lyon, G; MHgoflin, 9; Marion, 13; Metcalfe, 9; Simpson, 9; Woodford. 13; total 112. Of these counties Gallatin nnd Simpson gave second The coun instructions for McKinley. gave straight instructions for ties that McKinley are: Carter. 20 votes; Grant, 13; Harrison, 15; Lee, 7; Scott, 10; Todd, 17; Trimble, 3; Webster, 11; total, 115. Letters from Cuba received at Tampa, Fla., stated that 17 political prisoners were shot in the fortress Cabanas in Havana on Tuesday last, ami that 25 more aro to bo executed on Wednesday. "Let mo die when tho day of my execution comes," said George Wind lish, tho Ohio wife murderer. ''It will cost money to have the caso appealed and my child-e- n need what little I've KOt." .v5)N - xI. Col. Dan W. Jones, free silver candidate for tho democratic nomination for i governor of Arkansas, declares in his speeches that ho will holt the ticket tin less tho convention gives its support to a free silver candidate. Tho unraveling of tho lVntl Bryan $' murder mystery begins at Newport today. The trial will bo one of the cole hrated cases of history- It ill bo a legal battle, in which two lives hki tho stake, and will not lack in greweome interest. Jackson's caso will l called first. - worth the while this city to have j .'of every man and woman within . a hand in these magnificent Bargains. We know times ;rfX "We will make an cffoit to lend a hclnintr hand Vs. arc hard. uus wecK uy seinng you goous 25 percent. less man iney . j, .; can be bought elsewhere. " Note these prices for this week: Fine black and tan ffis, Sc or two pair for 15c. Goo, heavy pair ol suspend- -iioc. A better pair wire buckle, silk finished 15c, worth S ."' .vr 35c 10 dozen Derby Hats, black and brown, 50c. Not one in the lot worth less than $1.50. A big line Crush fN ; anJ A1P,nc luits from 5c t0 S3 ' black and gray. Men's Z v ' in audffN tf laundered neglige shirts at 35c, worth 50c. Come OF ' look at our line of W tr is reach of j-- Siiil u n CARPETS. ?M -- O &! N VALUES v Are not to be found elsewhere. It ".'' ,' ,;a . eeven-year-o- ld f --- -. Spring Clothing - - "Wtin U) i4For r 7N t f m ck I I . -. . icocs 3jc. 'l.. -- ,',,-l,n- c rl -- ... i.f "S ..... '"' V-ir- 1 .c. I2)c LOUISVILLE STORE. bye-and-by- e. !l- s' a k y MATTING. ir?s y y"v y sti-b- les e well-know- W fflOBEBTS, Faul-con- er IDALL PAPGR AW PAinT$. d d will-develo-p to Crad-doc- k, The Vulcan Chilled Plow. "ex-gnv- Cin-ciunii- ti. s We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. APPLE BRANDY W. H. WEAREN & CO. ex-Go- Nicho-laovill- o Wednesday, April '96, Muc-fordvi- lie. Spring Suits! Latest Stvles. H. J. McROBERTS. Beautiful Patterns, vpg x CD al jfflfy rpub-lican- s. AbyB-Binlan- n UiDE RTAK8NC J, , UT GXJLRX, -- nt Practical Trimmer, Embalmer J. K. i 1 ,, 1W. - .JHf. i eJt. . ,,.. 1 , . , "- - t&';-AX.- . fci , ,i ur mi-Wee- Interior Journal' Kv-- , Invalid nlr cushions at or'a. Craljr, & Hock I iion iibds are tho fad. beautiful line. ta Withers has a Wtt will give you the lowest prices on mixed paint. Craig A Hocker. m 3 As Executor of A. R. Penny, I will on Stasfoiid, AnuL 7, 189G Everything that Sadui.es nt coht for cash at Farris & hats nt Shanks'. Hardin's. Heat seasoned boxing nt atyllsn in Spring A New belt buckles, shirt waist Beta, etc. have arrived. Danks, the jnwoler. E. C. Walton, Business Manager. prices. A. 0. Sine. KuasKM, roJuced Flowkii Pots all sizes at Warren Sjinnks' Model Grocery. Garden Hoea, Rakes.SpadingShoveU, Ac, at Warron A Stiaoka' Model Grom : Tin: ()iinllty ol Roods Hold from IVnny's Jewelry titort hnsulwajH been known to toes. be tho very brat. Yon run no rink in Gabdbn Seeds in bulk hihI papers buying (or tliero la no other kind. Don't A Shanks' Model Grocery. micfl the Hiiclion Hrt! on April 13. Sale Warron are. Bold. ' .will bo continued Hi' all uoods A Hue county Bmzilllan seed pota HlKKina A McKinney. . Home grown Braztllian potato?, very cery. flue, Ht Higgina A McKinney's. The Easter program nnd box supper m m Monday, April 13, 1896, Offer for sale at public auction every thing embraced in his large and Wk have constantly on hand cannel by the Christian Endeavor Society at well selected at and bituminous nut coals for cooking Turnersville waa very largely attended, Mra. Alice Cloyd tells us, mid tho exerpurposes. J. H. Haughman A Co. cises very creditable. The amount realol extra large size bill NKv Consisting of Watches, Clock, Gold, .Silver and Plated Ware. All Yotm 1S95 account must be paid. Don't ized waa $27.50 books Just received. Craig A lioclter, PERSHflAl POINTS. goods arc of standard quality and may be depended upon. No cheap think it is too small tosettle. I can not Cash Druggista. Last week Miss Lucy Simpson found a trash to be offered. This is a rare opportunity to secure the very JvnoB V. E. Vaijnon was in Lexlng run my business without it. W. B. Mr- pair of spectacles and gave them to ua to Wk bought s.ddlea lower and can sel Huberts. Ion Srfturdny on businrea. advertise and then came the rub. It best of goods at far less than their value. s MiPB Minnik SniAi'ii is superintending them cheaper than other people. E(uis. S. O. Brown Leghorn and seems that h score at least ol people had AAIcElnuey. a millinery in Clinton. Ky. Black I.angshun eggs for sale, 75c for a lost their glasses, but one after another LITTI.K UUUIIIK PKNNY, wl 0 llBS 1)0011 Hoiikut L .Mattimh.v now Iihh the job settting of 15 eggs. Address Mrs. J. E. left in disappointment, till Mr. G. A. Wry III oi pneumonia, Ih belter. ol handling exprees in town in place of Carson it Son, Crab Orchard. Peyton eamo and recognized them as his Mr. V. W. Witiikks Ih at Corbin see Mr. ImMack Bruce, resigned. wife's. ing Hlter bin branch store there. TiiKHKisone thing sure, Lincoln coun(or (Jiiahi.ky F. Ghkxnr leaves Sunday was an incomparable Easter, W. I). Wkatiikbkoki) will apply Monty republicans will instruct next Monday Cincinntttl in search of n situation. day for license to sell spirituous, vinous for Bradley and endorse him from riot with tho Bkies unclouded and a breeze as Mm. A. R. Dyciik, of tin) London Echo, nnd malt liquors nt hla hotel in Huston-vlllbalmy as ever came in Spriug time. Tho In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, alarm to amen. We will see to that. was hero Sunday en route to Liberty. churches had good crowds, but tho girl Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and i A.notheu fox was caught by Mr. B. with an Easter baton was the exception John IIawc, of Somerset, 'Is visitim; Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and see WooLiuiiDdB Jellico Coal is again oiler-c- d Chancellor and Saturday the lovers of his mother, Mrs. Woodia Hale, this tnsieau oi mo rule. u.e lauy totu ua von nt a reasonable price and with a the sport enjoyed another nice chase of week. she saw but two nt her church. Yester Mh. Cxaiibnck E Tatk left Sunday for satisfactory guarantee. Givo us n trial a half an hour or so before Jess Lynn's day was cloudy and rain fell gently at (Jincinuatlon hnsinbea for bis father's order. J. II. Bnugbman A Co. dog put an end to it and the fox forever. intervals. The prediction at baud is: store. nnd Tuesday, coolor. Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one Muus.-Cap- t.O P Ely, ol Flat Lick Killed and Maimed. Train Master B. Fair Mh. G.T. Lackby went to Lexington Tuesus that hu will bo here of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central KenN. Holler tells us that in attempting to Saturday to visit his sister, Mrs. William tells CHURCH AFFAIRS. day, lo buy a good pair of mules. Own- get on freight train No. 31 at Corbin yesFields. tucky. Rev. I. S. McElroy'a meeting at Mt. terday Hiram Lowe was killed and that Mies A 1.1.1 K IlKNDniCKS has Rone, to ers would do well to be on hand. Bob Wilmot had his foot cut off, while Sterling resulted in 32 additions to the SprlnRfleld, Tenn., to go into the millinDa.nmli.k Lodge Knights of the Mac Presbyterian church. trying to board No. HI at Brodhead. ery blllllCC8. cabees has received 17 petitions for meml.i- The first service in the now St. Paul I Have Purchashed the Entire Stock of Mk. and Mim. E. G. Wallkii and chil- bership since Deputy Supreme ComSpring Btyles for genta' lults In church was held Sunday. The Bermon dren, ol Lebanon Junction, nru visiting mander George II, Terpany wbb there piece i' "i la are still on displuy at Shanks' was preached by Bishop Dudley and Mr. George 13. Wearen and wife. about 10 days ago. nnd . J. J. Miller, one of the practical there was an elaborate musical program, Hcbii has qualified as adminMn.T J. for tho establishment wo reprePreparatory burvicea for communion Tux Somerset Reporter BiiyH that Jaa. cutlcm istrator ol the eutateol Mrs. Jane Harrow sent, is reaily to take your order. Come will begin at tho Presbyterian church and will Bell her personalty on the 18th. Wickershatn nnd George Waddle have 1 in and look if you want to buy. Come Thursday night and tho pastor will be Mn. KoiibrtXolascd, representing the leased the Hart Houso saloon from Geo. in and look if you don't. assisted by Rev. Mr. Crawford, o! Paint &c, &c, from Hughes & Tate and will Close Out every thing'Sin Louisville Pot, was here Friday hustling Weatherford and that Mr. W. will return of that enterprising lo Hustouvillu and engagn in the hotel up the circulation Dun. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Adams have Lick. All are cordially invited to stock at first cost without carriage. I invite all who appreciate fair dally. business. the sympathy of the community in tho attend. MIbs Mary Cowen saug a solo at the dealing, courteous treatment and good goods at the lowest),' possible Miss Hkllb Hoot and Mr. 8. V. Men Tub Intkhiou .Iuuh.val'h charge (or loss of their infant boy on the night of morniug o( the 1). A I). Institute at service at the Presbyterian prices to call and assist in closing out. Every thing will be sold for elee, attaches local rending notices is 15 cents a lino his birth, Tuesday. Mra. Adams is fast church Sunday in her sweetest tones and Cash or Country Produce at the highest market price. Danville, spant Sunday with (riends The services each insertion no matter if continued for recovering nnd will Boon bo ablo to be atnighf sue and Rev.S. M. Logan sang of G. B. Cooper and C. E. Tate have been secured as'salesmen, . hero. with a year We charge for space and keep out again. Elkton Progress. Mrs. Ad"Winter Than Suow" in a most delight- my personal supervision. Mim LaUha Jakiiok Has returned to men to (ill it up, so it is immlaerial with am was Mies Blanche Twidwell, of Hub- - ful manner. Stanford and is agin proving useful bb us whether the lines are changed or not. tonvillo. Hopkins county, Ky., is experiencwell as ornamental In Mies Licclo Bern-leThe Cincinnati Commercial Gazette ing a notable religious revival millinery under the ffl.N the lott of a farmer near William s ought not to tnko advantage of its preaching of a woman evangelist, Mrs. Mhb Lucy St. Claiiik wai called to town there were found in the hay a dozreaders. On April 1st it publish Home, Ga., Thursday by telegram en or more suits of clothes and other arti- - ed a terrific story of the burning of Eden Munu, of Madisonville. In a five weeks lha serious Illness of her neph- clisol clothing. Thinking possibly that Park reservoir, which was taken as liter- tour of the county she has pieached GO ew, Mr. Jenkins. thoy may be those stolen from his father's ally true by an unsuspecting rapublican sermons, netting 111) conversions. A letter from Rev. U. O. Morrison to K. U. Smith, of the ML Vernon storo, Mr. C. E. Tutu will go and examMk. here, who believes everything he sees in We hadn't ine them before he returns trom CincinRev. L. M. Lasley says that his meeting ,,g&.T.-I.iAif-Eigle, was here Saturday. , that paper nnd who commented on the ML at Scotiavillu resulted in 65 additiona and heard from him (or so long that we had nati. fearful conflagration. sanctitlcatiouB and that instead of going grieved for IiIni na dead. sg Loc'ALstockholdera in the Metropolitan 'WO l'rakTTY MIm Huby Huston, ol the National Bank of Kansas City, Mo., Eioiit. Mr. W. It. Cook, of Highland, to Nashville as hu intended he will go to are Red Valentine, First and Beit, hen hu reminded Meridian, Miea, to hold a meeting. was here yesterday End, is visiting Mrs. Wilsher. in receipt of a West per cent quarterly divl Rev. L. M. Lasley has just returned Slits Annie Downey, who bus been her dend, with a note from Cashier J. G us that in 1&7!) when he was married, the Black Wax. Extra Earl', guest, returned home yesterday. Intkriob JouiiNALBald ho and his girl from Greenwood, in lower Pulaski, wkeie Garden Wax, Maud S , Strean, saying, "Our business is very sat given n switching he ueld a meeting that was greatly blessMas. T. A. I.ii'b left Friday morning to isfactory and the future outlook is good." ought to have been Early Six Weeks, McLenn's Little Gun, loin her husband at New Orleans, where It has a capital of 1500,000, a surplus of instead of a marriage license as he was ed. He reports 57 conversions and ' Cut Short, Champion of England, 17 years old aud a day, while the and the establishment of the is working the second "trick" in the ho just 151,437 S7 and individual and bank dedispatcher's otlice ol the L. A N. girl waa four months younger. Eight first church ever there, a Southern MethLondon Horticultural, Large White Marrowfat posits of $2,070,520.0:1. children now gather arouud the knees of odist. Mkssiui. Hahvky IIrlm, Thos. Dalton White Cream Back, Dr. C. B. H. Martin, of the Danyille Juihix Alcoiin and his the then Youthful couple and Mr. Cook and Ed Wilkinson left Sunday for Liber, Bunch Butter Beans, ty on a Ashing excursion and will spend won a signal victory for the L.A N. before is bo proud of them that he said he Theological Seminary, haa received news Pumpkin Seed, Stick Butter Beans, week on Green river (unnylng with too court of appeals. Tho railroad com- would notcaroif tliero were 21 instead. of the death of hia sister, Mrs. H. I. the She was a noted missionary, havmission procured 15 iuductmenta against Onion Sets, Corn, tho finny tribe. Adams Early Tuuni'IKH Election. A good deal ol ing gone to Africa with her husDand in . I'ktxh M. Oaktih, of Lincoln the road nt Lebanon for alleged extorMixed Sweet Peas. Old Colony Corn. county, mother of Storekeeper J. Nevin tionate rates on coal. One of tho indict interest centerod in tho election of direct- 1SGI, after he had liberated his slaves and Carter, of Barker A Cooper's distillery, mints was tried nnd the road fined $500 ors of the Danville and Crnb Orchnid sent them to Liberia. Northern Seed Potato stock better and cheaper than ever before. A Bauctification preacher named this city, is vieltitiif the family of Mr Tne court of appeals set thia verdict aside turnpike Saturday. It was not known Come aud get first pick. holding that the statutes on which the in- till that day who would voto the State Spencer has aworu out warrants against Enoch. Somerset Heporter. Vernon, dictments were based are too vague to be proxy and jmicli relief waB experienced Revs. Sam Wilson and Wm. Stamper and Mn. J. 1. Lkchlxitbh.oI Ml. when Mr. J. W. Yo'kes appeared with 11 otheis for disturbing religious worship. Ho la an excellent enforced. was here ytaterdny. the power to practically say who should Spencer was holding a meeting in Lee and no such of bricklayer and plasterer Tub phouogrnph-graphopliomanage the road, as tho State owns 1,012 fershisbervicea to our people. Write given by Mr. H. A. Hughes ahnrea of Btock, which iaa majority. Ho county, when the two preachers arose Spencer'a ll him when you need them. to not largely attended, hut those pres- wanted to put in two republicina on the and made addressee criticising A.ndkiwos, of Lancaster, wis Mn. Oham-knew religion, and denominating it iment enjoyod I lie concert very much. It !b caineuvir jtbterday to bring Miss IMtie one of EIisou'h mo-- t wonderful inven- board nnd to elect directors who would mortal. The other citizens also express Anderson nnd Dr. Uosworlh, of Kuox-vlli- tions reproducing hi It does not only the retain Mr. Jack Boaloy, superintendent, ed themselves against thu eanotillcation as he regards thu latter the best turnpike to take tho train lor that city. Miss sound, but the tonf of voice. "The man of the day. Ilia two men were P. 1st. invalid nnd goes to bo treat d. A. is an Trinity Church Chimes" was produoed T. A. Uouiter will stand a couple of Husk who intended the Max O'Hell with marvelous xutnei'nniid waa of it- M. McKoberta and J.. L. Totten, but Mr. tiuo jncka this season. Their pedigrees H. McAlister wanted to put his Shirt Waists are more in demand this lecture nt Danville from hero weiu Mr. self worth ui re than the price of the ad- J. aw, Mr. A. K. Hundley, in and did will appear next istuie. nudMiB.J.S. Owsley, Jr., Miewn Lit.da mission to hear. season than ever before. We have preto by doubling hia stock on him. Mr. mil Emma Owsley, J. S. Wells and pared for it and are NLW ADVEHUHKUIOT Ellis whs, by order of Judg Totten nnd Mr. Hundley were olected in Mies Knte Alcorn, ami MeniB. W. II. of John Bright and J. W.Guett hiinnks, F.J. Duiry, Will Embry and aull-y- , removed from the Myera House, tho.placo MfYPTnn Unci, laying and l'laitenng done where he had been ever einco ho ui.a respectively, nnd D. F. Logan in tl o 1MJ 1 lVjI-- prtmptly flattering a ptx.ial.y. Hftrry Haughmnn. t place of F. T. Logan, who had moved Heurencea lurmshed. Work guarantied. Ad Midi's W.I'.Tatk, W.J.. Withars.nnd aliot by John Murphy, to the jiil, his 1'. Liberty court Cols. attending physieitin, Dr. J. F. Peyton, from the neighborhood of tho road. Mr. dfcn me al Mt Vernon. J. l.echleitcr. E. 0. Walton are at W. G. Welch, W. II. Miller, Dr. W. H having reported thnt ho was out of dan- Yerkea ilid not voto for Mr. McAlister, I Good Percale Waists na were Hon. John TM1Z 50 Cts. l'onnyand Jisio D. Wearen are sched- ger and would miller no harm from tho but ho wna Sam Owsley, Sr , nnd J. L. Boaley. The Cols. H. J. Breckin- removal. His case for killing Cage How-so- y Better Goods and Better Made.... 75 Cts. uled to go am back from the ciliei with everything that y will be called in the D.uivillo court Board then met and re olected Mr. JJoa-le- U new and pretty in the Millinery line, a visit A good line with attached and deridge and Jaa W. Guest will also go nnd superintendent and Mr. J. J. McRob- - to my nore will convince you that this stock is aU expect to combine n plenaant llsh in on tho 3rd Monday and ho will be taken tn most ccnipltte. tached collars, black and : thither in thu meantime. Hu looks pale erta secretary and treasurer. Klegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. Green river with business. MISS LICCIE HEAZLKY, white and colors 98 Cts. Pome democrats nt Burgin mnko a cal and emaciated, but feela pretty well. Stanford, Ky Tin: court of appeals haa nflirtned the on Judge j?aulley to run for Congress and Sauiley in the cases Ho.v. John W. Yuhkbs, of D.invillr, decision of Judge the editor of tho Iliurodsbnrg Democrat ngainst T. L. Shulton for violation of the him a high compliment, but the waa hero Saturday nnd on being askod lluuor lnws. There wero Bomo 20 odd paj-judge doesn't hanker after thnt part of for something fresh politically, said that indictments found against him for selling The above includes the new Persian Effects. tho llesh pots, Ilia natural bent is the he absolutely know nothing, having been whisky at Rowland, and this aflirmation As Administrator of Jauo Harrow, deed., I sell at public auction on and attending his sick fathlaw nnd ho will yet occupy n Beat on thuJ sick himself Col. Welch, attorney Some of the many advantages obtained by buying ready made is a er for the last month. "I can say this, knocks them out. bench of the hisheBt court. 1896, perfect fit. You see how the goods look made up, as well as save for defendant, presented three grounds Mus. A. G. lUHNKit returned from however," he added, "Our party llko upon which he relied to quash the On the farm iK miles Irota Stanford on the Lanof making. Come and see. consisting of Louiavlllo Saturday, whore she had been youra eecma to be somewhat split. I the unconstitutionality of the caster pike, her personal property,good Cider Mil", worry and trouble good Milk Cow and Call, i sister for n month. Strnngo hear silver democrats aay that Carlisle passage of tho local option law, the failvisiting her 'One W of Ico Wagon, all Household aud Kitchen voto of tho Statu nnd as it may appear Bho was robbed of two shall not have the and Farming Implements. ure to givo the requisite 00 days' notice McKinley republicans Bay that Kentucky Will also tent about 30 aciessaid farm, checks for $20 and a 520 note while of tho election and to havo 25 per cent of house, garden, orchard and grass, until Dec. tho Christian church nt 4th and slinll not instruct for Bradley, but I take tho voters of tho magisterial district sign 1st. 1896. All sums under Jio, cash; over that amount on a Walnut. Tho payment of tho chocka it that both will be honored by the vote the petition for tho election. ere Jit of 60 days with interest Iroin date, negotiable and payable m either of Stanford Hanks, to bo money ia clean gone of their State. Certainly both deserve wob stopped but tho Messrs. W. G. Wolcli and W. H. Mil- arranged before property is removed. for H, M to bo and I am sure that Bradley will W. lluBTON, T J. UUSH, Admr. l. ler, nttorneya for the dofeudant, say thnt -1 Creel A Cc, Louiavillo, L. H. Whnrton, bo." the decision invalidates all local option v i MltfibellBburg. James W. Alien, uus relegates the Sermon on Pythianibm. Hev. A. V, elections hold here aud tonville, joined AV. L. Evans, of thia city, Sizomore, by n(ju(Ht ol Diadem Lodge question back to the city councils, which to Jellico yesterday, and left for to Jellico No. 81, Knights of Pythias, of which ho can issuu licenBO or not, as they decide. Is Receiving his take a wagon (mm that point to catch a ia a member, will preach n sermon on There are no trustees at Rowland and This splendid jack will be permitted to they expect creek, whoro tho coming seawagon load of the eilvery tribe nnd here's "PythianiBin" nt tho on Judge Shulton already holding license to servo mares and jennets City at the legal advice, opened son at my farm near Shelby lioninir thnt they mny be successful. Sunday, June 14. Lancaster, Danville sell liquor, he, upon low price of Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. and othor K. P. lodges will be invited up Saturday nfternoon. Ou investigaCITY AMD VICINITY. day. Tne churches will bo tion wo find that a majority of the coun- $6 and $10 to Insure Living Colts here on that HKKD i F THK requested to have no services, and every- cil of Stanford ia for license, holding that With lien retained until season is paid. i.otssvissMflirV Skk Dauka' pretty Enator window. it rtLf1 ft w r iXy.Am body ho specially invited to attend thia as whisky will be sold at Rowland and is Parting with mare or jennet forfeits inDauks, the jew Eabtku novelties at meeting. The occaiiou will bo the ob- now cosily obtainable at tho Beveral surance My Breeders were selected from tap best herds Kiuteror is a Jet black with white points, of this famous breed of swine In several different JiBfHHVlsSBnHKiSSAiM'C' 1VHssHslssssssssssssssHsl eler. tho city had as well derive some . . servance of "Momorial Day" and thoaor. ol pigs of diUnrent atjes 1G ham's high, weighs 1,150 lbs., 7 years States. A splendid lot Baugh- vices will bo made edifying nnd instrucfor sale. Ilred sows a specialty. Satisfaction revenue. bred nnd registered. White seed oats for aalo. J. H. old and is standard guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address The Myera Houao and the Carpenter tive. Excellent music will be a promiCall nnd seo him nnd his colts, which man A Co. BRONAVGH, tesMl!5sW!--;J-,B. Hig- - nent feature. Joe F. Waters, C. 0.; J. F. Uouso will maae application for license nro large and Ouo. Crab Orchard, Ky. , ?! jisHfr I S.TEYI3. ri BnicK and aand for Bale. J. St! Asaph may also. certain and the Cummins, K. It. A S. Rins, Stanford. Stock of Jevuelry, G. L. PENNY, Hig-gin- Executor. m m to-da- y The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House . e. A. E. GIBBONS, to-da- "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." m m m To-da- M-- m m Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes m y's -- UDbue-piciou- W. P. TATE, Stanford, Ky. Garden Seed in Bulk, iLT-l- gwmfcam i ngmswsm' jteJ& 1 Banct-ificatio- ns , Yen-abl- e. Mi-s- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. TI f 5 m ne ente-Uinmo- y I T e, brother-in-l- Frk Showing a Splendid Line. TO 1 SADIES to-dn- Salo and tenting. Best Goods Made, $1.25. SEVERANCE & SON. H. Saturday, April i8, ... re book-keep- er EMPEROR No. 27. TIB Ul.UK-GKAS- 6. RUPLEY, MERGBANT TAILOR court-hous- e SPl(MN(Gr S ANB SUJMMffiHtt dHJC!"ikttaiisWssg " SKftW B3SD R. H. HOGS. iJ1 , - WsliS5i -- . - l :ai XiKltiSamWyimnv, ,, UMmni3mwmfXKRpai vjmvt3s&ijsiiSZZ?z i - - "iji , s ''r .' :'t u :w Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call on Mrs. L. A. Brady, Miss MollieJWare. Eleven people perished in the flood S. OWSLEY, A. S. No. 2 instead of a fortune of $25,000,000 is to wed Hnrry two. They werothe wife ami daughter Surgeon Is a candidate for Ccng'ess in this, the Eighth Iubllahod Every Tuesday and Friday Payne Whitney, eon of District, Bro. Walton: Please! hold the Trty. subject to the action of the Democratic Dentist, the Hon. W. 0. of Wado Masteis, MIbb Mary Garnett, AT JTTTEL George Gepson'a wife and three child ears while I tell what Cooke's , C3 FSI4 YJKAK IN iVDVANCK Whitney. Ky. y Mr. William Oooley, aged ren, two children of Will Burns and two iiuii, is. Well, it is not a mys- JOE WATERS SSWhen not aopaid Sa.OO will be charged." nlaea 05, and Mrs. Sarah Eubanko, 53,.wil others whoio names could not be terious compound of which the on Hanging Fork, four mile Irom Stanford, at Office ever McRoberts1 Drug Store In the Owslej learned. ONE UOLt.AK, Money due when services ,are llulldlng. unite their deatinieB at the lattor'a hoae. component parts are rjathercd in rendered. II. A. Pleasants, Stanford, Ky. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Centuries ago, people urU to fear wha they some far off, It will be the third marriage of each. unheard of land; neicalled the pestilence. "Mack Train eare Stanford t 7:10 a. ra., returning MrB. Hanna Julia Shelby has been most terrible thing In the world Death" was the to them. They ther is it some t 4:39 p. m. late, SCIENTIFIC DISnow icar i'u ii m pro yet there isine unoiera ana Riven a verdict for $ 10,000 in her euit Fever. And a thing that causes COVERY, made by unknown L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. against Rev. Kobert 13. Hill, for baeach more misery and mote deaths than any of these. Th stockholders of the Danville ,V Crab Oreh- -' It is so common that ot the sickness of promise of marring at Jefferson, Mo. in the world Is traceable to It. It isallmerely that 1'ike are requested tu meet at the First Nation13 37P m H. Mi Train Boing North aimple, common thlug constipation. Cooke's Sarsaparilla is a reme- al Hank In Stauford on Saturday, April 4 1896, for ' " No, to. " It .... 3 15 m Win. H. Fields, 21, and Charlotte people listless, cause dlixinets headaches, makes tho purpose ofelccttug directors for the ensuing Keep you eye on the Pa " South Wf. 5i 13 04 p m los of Pence " We. 13, Dudderar. I - Dawson J If "right, See Hufl JACK 1IOSLKY, " ............. 13 p tu Evane, 10,'of Jackson county, eloped to appetite, loss of sleep, foul breath and distress af. dy whose component parts arc na K. Cobb. S d eating The litt.e help needed is furnished by ter Ed Carter, it. Chancellor and others President anu ncrus, growing in McKeo and were married at the point of Dr Tierce's Pleasant Pellet. Ono pill is a genllo live roots uswho ed It. QUEEN & CRESCENT. O. A. PEYTON. Ht.nf ,d. have Ky a pistol bv the girl's father. The fellow laxative and two a mild cathartic. Once used al- the hills and valleys of Kentucky, 9J.jm Agent for Lincoln County ways in favor. If you are careeas enough to let Trains past Junction City J follows: had run off with other Rirls and failed to an unscpupulons druggist sell you .something on which are gathered at their prop No. t South it. 37 a m No 3 North . .35 p m marry which he makes more money, i t is your own 1ULEY " 3 them. 3.06 m " 4 " .1.46 p ra fault If you don't get well. Itesureand get Dr. cs seasons by responsible hands. ' 6 " " 3 " 11.03 ra .3.15 am the estate of AnntGas-tinea1'ierce's l'leassn- - relicts. After cleansing, sorting and cull- As administrator atofpublic auction Mrs her late Prof. H. H. Cherry, of BowlinR P. U. HILHY. Proprlotor, " ,6.00 a m 8.40 pm " 10 9 " will soil Send at cents In at stamps to World's Notb. Nos. 5 and 6 and 0 and 10 run no fur- - Greeu Business College, was united in Dispensary Medical Association. IlufTblo. N. Y.. ing they arc carefully dried for Stanford,1H miles lrni Danville, on the Danville A pike, on receive Dr. Pierce's iou3 page "Common her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. London. - - - Kontucky, use. Their virtues arc extracted marriage in Nashville, Tenn., Apr. 3d, to Sense Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. to Miss Bessie Lisle Payne, one of Lincoln's by the latest scientific process am b.ttti 9, 1896, I have movedevermy new Hotel andthe public-icothan to accommodate Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. prettiest ami most charming young laknown to pharmacy by a phar '( personal property consisting of t black sadLivery attached and svery convenience da bru:'iess The best salve in the world for dle bred dies. Trof, Cherry is well known sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, chap- macist who nas spent is years in gelding, mare, too farm marea, I t 3mare mule brown sired. Civti ma a call. tetter, t yearling horse mule, T7 tolls, RILKY. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. the work of his t )earliug filly. horse colt, tows, throughout the State as a cultured, chris- Jtt positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It Is chosen profession. ers. yearling bull, a stwr tcalves, j tersev heil. tian Rentleman and n most successful uaranteea to give perfect satisfaction or money I'orovcra hundred years has it cuts consisting of r muwing machine, t hay . . . lr I. -, cents per iirin wagon aim educator. The bride is a daughter of refunded. Price 15druggist. box. For sale by stood the test and V. II. McRoberts, it stands narrows, Ac. Also spring wagon,narneM, plows, surrey and Dr. T. J. Fayne, of Crab Orchard, and before the public guaranteed to be harness, and a good lot of household and kitchen Or furniture Old You Ever. Rrand daughter of the late L. B. Fayne, the best blood purifier in the mar-et- . At the same time and place the Try Electric nitters as a remedy for your trou Tho of Jeesamino Co. On blesT If not, net a bottle now and get relief. It is nositivelv Guaranteed to To the Farm or 70 Acros will bs Runtod Onpikitwo miles East ol Huttoqvllle. Con This medicine has been found to ho peculiarly highest the mnternal side she is a grand daughter ad. pled to the relief and cure of all Female Com- cure scrofula in any form. Its ol the ycar. and best bidder for the remainder tains The farm is well ImnruvcJ, moit all 140 of Judge Win. M. Burtou, of Monticello, plaints, exerting a wonderful direct Influence in ill crass aud has comfortable dwoihn.? and fa-- ti If you merit is shown by its growing pop- outhouses; also a splendid orchard. There about Well Improved strength and tone to the organs and in an eicellent neighborhood and great grand daughter of Dr. J. 8. B. givingLou ol Appetite, Constipation, Headache, ularity and in havo which localities where long- 8 acres it whensums of theioranter will gel. Land lies wdl. Will for Terms. All and under cats in cheaper plact. in this or any good a smaller or a Frisbie, who won first honors when a Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Spells, Melancholy or troubled with D'v county in the est uced you find the largest sales. nana; over that amount a crisltt ol n months -- uu... groceries Btudent at Yale College and whose an- - Electric Hitters Is the medicine you need. Health ihci cieaninsiocit 01 live town, and without Interest. Negotiable noics payable in the payment some by its use. Only Sold in Lincoln county by and Strength are guaranteed or Cllixens Natieual Hank of Danville rc.juirrd of -- in C?StOrs aro among the bluest blood of 50 cent a botUe at W. Ik McRoberts' Drugstore iur ' kii r pari casn. balance In Ave years' ifuie purchaser. JAMES II or longer it desired. For further particulars call W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. S td Administrator. 011 or address, aristocracy, site is also a niece K. D. KKNNKDY. It will bo an agreeable surprise to perrons subI J in Penny's Drug Store, " Hustonville, K. of Hon, Allen A. Burton, who was min- ject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt relief may be had by taking Cnamberlain's Colic, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. A Sew tress Hikinjr Jslallisbsnt, ister to South America during a period of Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In many inF. B. Twidwell, eight years under the administration of stances the attack may be prevented by taking " Absolutely Puro.i this remedy as soon as the first symptoms of the Having completed my course In the French J. A. Hammond, Hubble. rree. Pierce and was one of the bright-ea- t disease appear. Tailoring: System ot Cutting and Pitting I oiler and 50 legal lights in Kentucky. Mrs, Cher- er,35Stanford,cent oottics tor sale Dy iraig j; nock Tanner Bros., McKinncy. A cream of tartar baking pow-&- :. my services to Ky. BsBeshalsrajw Highest of all in leavening ry is a beautiful blonde of 18 summers, J. F. Alstott, Powers. SSBkls)asSSLubSlfl -- ' An Affidavit. ngth. Latest United States intelligent and hfuhly accomplished. Beazlcy & Son. Crab Ot chard. And Vicinity, feeling assured can please that I walked to This is t: certify Sho has a host of admirers In Ontrjl Mellck's drugstore that on May itlh crutches and Government Food Report. will be found In the rear them with my work on a pair of James T. Cooke, ef Mrs. Kate DucMersr's Millinery Stcrc and will bought a bottls of Chamberlain's Pain Malm : ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., Ky., all of whom reluctantly resign her inflammatory rheumatism which had crippled for be glad to wall on those wishing work in my lln. Harrodsburg, Ky. j me to Prof. Cherry. A quiet reception was up. After uslnj three bottles I am completely 7 if MUS.WM (.KICK, Stanford. 106 Wall Street, Now York. Office on MalnStmt Opposite the given the bride and groom at the resi- cured. 1 can cheerfully recommended If. Wetiel, Sunbury, Pa. (.ARROLt IIAUS.V I'. 1KYK dence of her parents on the evening of Sworn and subscribed to before me on August a C. Walt.. lihinm.n f D the 4th wbere a few relatives were prea-e,V Hock- For sale at 30 cents per bottle by Craig D5w-STcr,oianioru, rvy. to give them a cordial greeting. S. Proprictori nf.. ,,,.,,, Farm INo. contains 791 acres In Washington Semi-Week- ly interiorJourna" MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mies Gertrude Vanderbilt, heiresa to n Clay and Owsley counties Confidential Letter J JR., PRICE, Sar-saparil- la To-da- .XMsSJ. Stanford, I Ycl-lo- w TURNPIKE ELECTION. pro-lessor- nine-tenth- s 1 y, wlji. . l- - Public Sale and Renting THE 1 HOUSE one-ce-nt ad Thursday, April 1 1 d ROYAl year-ol- d Im-plo- rx -- -- a to-da- y 1 1 Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange Acres of Fine Land, I Ktcit-abl- e, 4KlN5 ". 11 11 POWDER 1 dr. w. b. paaqnnr, The Ladies of Staitlord, 1 1 I Dentist, Stauford, Ky. It.-C- Dress Making. Two Farms For Sale. 1 H nt E, " GEO. B. COOPER uuL-ri- ooms over M. D. Elmore's store, Stanford, Ky. te&iwT - Perfectly Wonderful. The ladies of Stanford and vicinity have decides J to htlp their husbands save money by buying their hat. and bonnets of Mrs. Kate Dudderar this season. Come in Friday and Saturday and XZiiy Your Easter Hats. t7SSS?A M. We have one of the handsomest lines of Millinery ver brought to this place. Do nut forget the UressM skint; Try the Tailor System. KATE DUDDERAR, Manager. In charge paint shop. n OUliDKRAR. w e"U 'A .T'. AV k MA I. irwt .u.h.,.f ' ? STANFORD, KV. Lfverr bu . bacco, t'omfortable residence house. HV wm4 ,iw .n.i burses, we are Horses handled under Saddle aBd la Harness, prepared to furnish Farm No, a costatns 100 acres In same locality, rosdstrr and Large .sleek and tobacco and prepared tor sale. Flrsi-ilas- s with brick dwelling FIRST-CLAS- S narns. One ot the best improved farms in the saddlers bought and sold on oommtsuon. Good hall mile track and bwt stables in the country, ( county, On short notice. The traveling public rioth farms are in fine state of presetvatlnn, well u. always ready and wllllag Co tumuh will (Sad y. waleied ond fenced. Cloiete R. II. dejot, schools, single or doubly or Carrifor sale at 23 and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & market aud an a fine turnpike. ages a, at very LOW PRICES Tk. Hockcr, Stanford Ky. For information apply to ON IMPROVED FARMS J. N. SACNDF.RS, oVr.; Mrs. Freeman, of Shoals, Ind., saved 10 Stanford, Ky. hor" h?cu.,.tw!3l,:nwnr.dnf'o,,"d a train from crossing a burning bridge In Lincoln county, Ky,at6 per cent , icml an 1 will take all the hides I can get COOPKR for cash or in trado for leather on uual interest; no commission charged. Address Myers House -- G'." Stanford, Ky by removing tier petticoat anil nagging court days f at Stanford oral my home in Often- - tJKO W. DAVY. Room ij, Kcuyou lluilillng, I Louisville, Ky For blank appllcatioas and fur tho train with it. helm. Chas, Knnslin, Tanner ther Information, Inquire ol J. N. Saunders, Attorney, Stanford, Ky. Dunne the winter of 1S.1. F. M. Martin, ol Long Reach, West Va., contracted a severe cold whicn left him with a cough. In speaking of hew he cured it he says: ' I us:d several kinds of cough svrup but found no relict until I bought a bottle 01 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which relieved me almost instantly, and in a snort lime brought abouta complete cure." When troubled with a cout;h or cold use this remedy aud you will not find it neces ary to try several kinds before you get relief. It has been in market for over w vearsand constantly grown in favor and popular county, Ky . the greater part of which Is In grass; well watered; with good improvements. Including uew ueUl roof tobacco barn fur o acre crop. This farm Is situatt--l iu what is proneunred the best district in Kentucky for White Hurley To- Proprietors Training and JSale Stable J!"'' .. Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. :? TURNOUTS MONEY To LOAN Drum-r,'w,f"".- hr p.s-odei.,,- 7p.7ihrwTu,v HIDES. " 1 J.W. COOK J W McGtNNIS In charge trimming shop. nt ,TVT' CLOTHING! CLOTHING! If you need a suit of clothes, come in and inspect our stock before We can interest you in both goods and suits ranging in prices from S5 to $15. pri- - Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls Branch Jcllico Coal, SPRING, I89G. Blue-Gras- Remember we are the eseluslve agects for the celebrated s of Fruit DEXJAMIN lIAItltlSOX. Nurseries. ini 1 THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Repai'inir a Specialty. Work dine and warrant ed to give satisfaction. All work done when promt ed. All accounts due when work Is de00 livered. Your patronage solicited. Harrison and Mrp. Dimmick were man led in New York making your selection. yeatonlar. The children of Gen. Harri ces. Our assortment in son were not present, they objecting to the marriage. JtGfk r.-BePK- Can Not Be Excelled W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. tf. : T. : STTTTOIT. CS ,.. In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Special inducements to Cash Buyers Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kontucky. rienct s Guarantees lar. Pnces reasonable. First-Clas- Of evrrybody ,h,Vl W'" U U.th' Ornamental Trees, .J1"1 ,,t,our Uoincstlr Nut ceil V pay lh- - cash Urape Vines, Prices therefefe lowest. aiih are able , Ac. No agents. Hay direct ami save money mines, the low.u (Strawberry and general catalogues on application price. Lome and see us to H. K H!LLKNMhKR, "Scared ashes, no . i. rails llr.nch rim f.ll. A cinders. Telephone 179, Leixluglon, Ky ii. iii.un dlan Mountain Irliiro m. II CIS ; l.llira i.umn nc in.se prices are fer Coal delivered rur Coal at our housv charges are one cent less. NOEI. A SON. Shrubt, bmall Fruits, Asparagus, All kinds .iT? '" 't 1 i -.- F. A. AYBBS, Farmers Baflk&Trnst Or STANFORD, - Co UNDERTAKER, WUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. niTeta his services o the people ol West Lia- rrln and Casev Counties, run stock of Coffins and Caskets always on hand D. H. Carpenter, Manager, work In every particuHas bad is Years' erne. 9' jm KY., Is bow fully.org. nlr. d and te.dy f r business wilk OVERSTOCK ED AVe ! W. S. BUHCE., Attorney at Law, I Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. 20,000. 2i sftiKSZte J-t- Stanford, have an Immense Line andfare realy ovcistockell in - - Kentucky CALL O f s Jr F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Cents. and Key Checks. Metal Checks of nil kinds. Kadees. Doz License Checks. Key Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Metal aud general repairing. Shop over M. D. Elmom's store, S6 (Stanford, Ky. fc'er iUifk'airc Ofhceon l.aocaiter Street, opposite the Coutt House. Collections receive crpeclal attention, SS l'ecket Key Checks by Mall for only Wm$ - H !JLli Willi? f Harness : and : Saddlery, And will dispose of them at greatly reduced prices for the next two weeks. Some of these roods will be sold at lnlf their former price. Call if you want Bargains that are sure1 enough Bargains. THE HUSTLING INSt RANCH MAN, M. SUCCKSSOlt toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aissu and under me same management. Uy provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors In National Hanks, its shareholders being held lndividu.ll, Uaole to the eatcnl ol the amount of their i thsreln at the par value th.iool, In amount Invested In such shsrs. add.tion loth It may acta ."nd.virdual",,n"tN'0r' UU,U,C' A- e- "W. JOELTMSOIT. ,oJour I' BARKER HOUSE, J. F. UARKKR, Ono on Ma. Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large incommodious sample Koomj. Hella and ofEce connected by Electric Bells. 47 lioain: asd polite servicer to guests. said Johnnio Chafllet"what does tho teacher mean by saying1 that I must havo inherited my bad temper?" "Sho menus, Johnnie, that, you nro s. 3'our. mother's own boy." Texas Slft-inij- FARRIS & HARDIN. . V STANFORD FEMALE 11 : COLLEGE. satisfied," ho replied. "Papa says wo musn't see. each other nny more," she said, Borrowfullv. "Oh, well, if ho thinks it proper for ub to meet In tho dark I'm just us well Chicago Evening-Post- . (nl,, - t.i. Rocking Chairs. One like this for only $2.75. Largest and Most Complete Stock of rltgBH STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SllELTON, President. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. 2diss Emma L. Martin, Pesiding Teacher in the Study Hall; Miss Mary Cowen, Principil ol the Music Department; Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart, meats of Art and Elocution. rlS L Young Ludy la this tho 'Loso counter? Xaw Clerk No, miss; this is tho stocking counter;' you'll find the hewn downstairs among tho lawn, mowers and things. N. Y. Weekly. The Wronjt Counter. Undertaker's Goods Ever brought to this Section. A Fateful Title. W. W. WITHERS, Theatrical Manager (to applicant for position) Do you think you Rext Session will Begin Wednes- mako a good waikinggeutleman? would Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Stanford. Ky. day, January 22. Actor (suspiciously) Dm er how X. Y. Weekly. for Circular or call at the far west are you going lfr terms, &c, send College. M.S. Dauchman. he,e ?rn.. .1. ' many thanks and Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutueootiou transact their businwi al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich., can .Til , 'lulX guarantee for prompt sits.! to same our twenty years' eapenence 1. wriie you an ine most lavorabic plans ot Inrur ance. He also represents the old reliable Central banking and as literal accommodations as are Tobacco Warehoum of Louisville, Ky., and will with sound banking. be glad to have a liberal share ol your iMtrunaue. Will be leady to conter all the favors that can be DtnacToas: J J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance menu made on consignments, both In the ware. H. Shanks, Stanford ; house and country. 1 will be at Maufotd every J.S. Owsley, Stanford; court day. Parties wanting- hogsheads, prizes or money should address mo at Palut Lick, Ky, S.J. Embry, Stanford; Prompt attention guaranteed. (9 6m J. IJ. Owsley, Stanfonl; J.JF Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, .Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville, Preachers I lie S. H.Shanks, President, OFHUSTONVILLK. Dr.y.'II. OwsJeyCashlr, Will tarry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the W M.Urfghl, Teller. Gale and other leading tarmmg Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and K.aper Machines, Cultivators of the best quality, bst iluggie- - lor the money, Phaetons, burreys and Carriages of the richest qualities and fanciest and latest styles. The best grade of light buggy harness and the OF STANFORD, KY. cheaper grades. Collars, haiucs, bridles for farm purposes, breeching and s'rap work of all kind Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove and slove fixtures. &c,, all ot w men he incites your attention and inspection and promise to deal justly and act honorably with you in all transac Attention of the public is invlturf 7 . tions .hat , hi. is the on. ln S 80 tf D. S. CARPKNTEIl. c- depositor, are .e,T,V.t ilualouvllle, Ky. wuir uv ina ranitai hock, out by the stockholders1 liibilitT lof a. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital Stock SlOO.000 Surplus .....::;::;;;1 23,700 & Z' ",'"1"'Wa Painting and Papering. ,.,, mm SSSSSSM Five J. W. - lUUQHMAh, .8.&J.W.Baughman, PROPRIITOKS- Ilo Mas No Statesman. "You, sir," shouted the reformer, "you nro no statesman." .'Statesman ?" echoed tho boss, laughing harshly. "I got statesman to sell." Cincinnati Enquirer. A Huslnesa Ijoia. over-com- FULL LINE OF ( Furniture Stained and Varnished at the VERY LOWEST PRICES. Leave Orders at Penny's Drutr Store. Vincent Guek, Stanford. 5 S?an?ord"i,arg,yhev.aMt,b5 I esUbllshe i as the Deposit Hank of In ,8jj. th ...u me .auonai iiauk n Stanfordenin .Tit t?....: ariu,?r ass LVSov, u"ng addititoaa anifnerf7f..V"y' " - .".""-epositors. this institutioa, originally &rmaut each vearto worn statAmeni. ni nr mm rHW l ire!.-- ,i thm "vvuuuiiinu Jr- -i 1 .. re-or- iu Buggies, Carriages and eaistenennr . . practicallvan i. , . r. t Zi8J is. 1 i 'r t. He Even tho undertaker was o Imperial Pokin Duck Eg-g- For Just Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot with grjef. Sale. She Was ho a relative? of Buckboard. He No; but tho deceased was the The Pckin Ducks are the most popular and profitaMeol all ducks. They are a white or a only doctorin tho town. BayCityChat. 1" T .11 ! iv white color, with run ana iwompiete diock 01 rarming.implements consisting of Culti- creamyTheir main pointsorange legs and yellow bills. are: mammoth sire, If you need livery give us a call. Nothing out beautiful feathers, large number i f eggs laid, are turnout will leave our stable. See tr. Jess George asked me last nigKl if vators, Land Rollers, CornJPlanters,Etc. See Our Line of Harrows very hardy and easy to raise. To one knowing In our tor rates. the Pekln duck.lt seems d mo rosea on your cneoks were genuine. before you buy. Farm Wagons by the at Prices o Suit small, common ducks are raised. Itthat a so many is mistaken BLACKSMITH SHOP. idea that ducks must have access to a pond or a Bess And you said? the Times. Call and See us. stream. They need no water except to drlck, tho' Jess Nothing work and satlafactor V?tllguarantee simply winked they enjoy an occasional wash. We have a fine. 1icM5 Tiy out hort. ahoer. Urge flock to furnish stock or eggs fiom Kgga K- - WsEaARBIT. Puck. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. UVERY, FEED & SALE Phaetons Y"? 1 STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. Cloee-Mouthe- first-cla- ss d. rt Car-Loa- first-cla- B' lor sale by JULIUS GKO, eJianforw. honorable career. Accounts of rY,;.IM?.f curies, firms and Individ,..!. .V.r:.".,. "?. SOIICted The Directory of this Bank is composed ot Forestu Hoid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colllei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. H. Baughmanj Lincoln; J. S. llocksr. Stanford: W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, McKloney; M,J' M1Uer Mt. Vernon.Kw J. Hocker, President; Jo. J. MeRoberU, Cashier; HcKlnney, Asst. CaMr .... a Mt .t Xil Ji. n.mi.UMC ,L'